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                                        Cindy L. Taylor
SCHOOL ADDRESS                                            ____________________ HOME ADDRESS
Department of Biology                                                                       2850 Leonard Road
Austin Peay State University                                                                Clarksville, Tennessee 37043
Clarksville, Tennessee 37044                                                                Tel: 931.362.4601
Tel: 931.221.7784
Fax: 931.221.6323
E-mail: taylorc@apsu.edu

EDUCATION
Ph.D              1992           Mississippi State University                      Mississippi State, Mississippi
M.S.              1987           Southwest Missouri State University               Springfield, Missouri
B.S.(Ed)          1984           Southwest Missouri State University               Springfield, Missouri
Diploma           1980           Marion C. Early High School                       Morrisville, Missouri

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Associate Dean           Austin Peay State University     Oct 2008 to present      Pre-Professional Health Programs
College of Science &
Mathematics

Professor                Austin Peay State University     July 2007 to present     Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II,
                                                                                   Human Anatomy & Physiology I
                                                                                   Online Web Course, Zoological Diversity,
                                                                                   General Biology, Animal Physiology

Associate Professor      Austin Peay State University     July 1997 to July 2007
Assistant Professor      Austin Peay State University     Aug 1992 to July 1997

Instructor               Mississippi State University     Jan - May 1992           Animal Biology

Graduate Teaching        Mississippi State University     Jul 1988-Jun 1992        Animal Biology
Assistant                                                                          Biology of Vertebrates
                                                                                   Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
                                                                                   Experimental Genetics
                                                                                   Plant Biology
                                                                                   Principles of Zoology

Guest Lecturer           Mississippi State University     Jan 1990, Feb 1991       Biology of Vertebrates

Fisheries Biologist      Missouri Department of           Mar - Jun 1988
Assistant                Conservation

Environmental            Storm Mountain Center            Fall 1987
Education Instructor     Rapid City, South Dakota


High School Teacher      Springfield Public Schools       Summer 1987              Field Studies
                         Springfield, Missouri

Teaching Assistant       SW Missouri State University     1985 - 1987              General Zoology
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THESIS AND DISSERTATION TITLES
    Taylor, C. L. 1992. Morphological, behavioral, and ecological aspects of the feeding of anuran tadpoles, Mississippi
             State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi.
    Taylor, C. L. 1987. Reproductive patterns of three Plethodon salamanders endemic to the Ouachita Mountains,
             Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri.

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
    Altig, R., M. R. Whiles, and C. L. Taylor. 2007. What do tadpoles really eat? Assessing the Trophic Status of an
             Understudied and Imperiled Group of Consumers in Freshwater Habitats. Freshwater Biology 52: 386-395.

    Taylor, C. L., R. Altig, and C. R. Boyle. 1996. Oral disc kinematics of four lentic anuran tadpoles. Herpetological
             Natural History 4:49-56.

    Taylor, C. L., R. Altig, and C. R. Boyle. 1995. Can anuran tadpoles choose among foods that vary in quality? Alytes
             13:81-86.

    Taylor, C. L., and R. Altig. 1995. Oral disc kinematics of four rheophilous anuran tadpoles. Herpetological Natural
             History 3:101-106.

    Taylor, C. L., R. F. Wilkinson, Jr., and C. L. Peterson. 1990. Reproductive patterns of five plethodontid
             salamanders from the Ouachita Mountains. Southwest. Nat. 35:468-472.

    Taylor, C. L., and R. F. Wilkinson, Jr. 1988. First record of Sorex longirostris (Soricidae) in Oklahoma.
             Southwest. Nat. 33:248.


AWARDS AND GRANTS
    APSU Faculty Research Fund (Research Award Category I), “Survey for the pathogenic fungus, Batrachochytrium
     dendrobatidis in Middle Tennessee Amphibian Populations”, Co-Investigator, Betsie B. Rothermel, May 2007,
    $1500.

    APSU Academic Advising Award for Excellence, Spring 2007

    Environmental Protection Agency through Tennessee Department of Agriculture (Non-Point Source Pollution
    Program), Reducing Nonpoint Source Pollution in the Red River/Sulphur Fork Creek Watershed - A Demonstration
    and Environmental Education Project, October 1997.

    Tower Fund (Austin Peay State University Research Committee of the Graduate and Research Council), "Effects of
    Nonpoint Source Pollution on Amphibian Development", May 1993

    Association of Southeastern Biologists Travel Support Award, April 1991, Boone, NC

    Mississippi Wildlife Heritage Fund Research Grant Program, "Status of Selected Amphibians in Northeastern
    Mississippi," January 1991

    Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles Graduate Student Research in Herpetology Award, "The Effect of
    Oral-Disc Morphology of Anuran Tadpoles on Grazing Selectivity of Algae," May 1990

    Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research Award, "Grazing Abilities of Tadpoles with Different Oral-Disc
    Morphologies," March 1990

    Association of Southeastern Biologists Travel Support Award, April 1989, Charlotte, NC



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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
    Member (2001 to 2007), Board of Scientific Advisors of the Highlands Biological Station,
          Highlands, North Carolina
    Tennessee Academy of Science (TAS), 1992 to present
    Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR)
    The Tennessee Herpetological Society


REPORTS
    Taylor, C. L., and R. Altig. 1991. Status of selected amphibians in northeastern Mississippi. Mississippi Natural
             Heritage Program.


PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS
    Henley, D.C., J. R. Mawhiney, and C. L. Taylor. 2006. Stream salamander diversity and abundance in urban and
            rural streams: a preliminary study. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 82 (1-2):35-36.

    McMahan, J. L., D. V. LeBlanc, C. S. Brooks, C. L. Taylor, and B. B. Rothermel. 2006. A preliminary survey of
          amphibians in middle Tennessee for the chytrid fungus. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 82
          (1-2): 36.

    Therrell, C. L., and C. L. Taylor. 1999. Amphibian larvae as bioindicators of water quality in the Sulphur Fork
             Creek/Red River Watershed, Robertson County, Tennessee. In: Hamilton, S. W., D. S. White, E. W.
             Chester, and M. T. Finley (Eds.). Proceedings of the eighth symposium on the natural history of lower
             Tennessee and Cumberland river valleys. The Center for Field Biology, Austin Peay State University,
             Clarksville, Tennessee, p. 66.

    Barber, L. F., D. C. Dailey, C. L. Taylor, M. T. Finley, and H. J. Semrau. 1998. Monitoring of caged larval
             amphibians and indicator fecal bacteria in the Sulphur Fork Creek watershed, Robertson County,
             Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 73(1-2):36.

    Satterfield, F., J. Koch, D. C. Dailey, and C. L. Taylor. 1997. Biological indicators of water quality at Dunbar Cave
              State Natural Area, Clarksville, Tenneseee. In: Scott, A.F., S. W. Hamilton, E. W. Chester, and D. S. White
              (Eds.). Proceedings of the seventh symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland
              river valleys. The Center for Field Biology, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee, p. 169.

    Satterfield, F., J. Koch, D. C. Dailey, and C. L. Taylor. 1997. Biological indicators of water quality at Dunbar
              Cave State Natural Area, Clarksville, Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 72(3-4):77.

    Frederick, G. M., C. L. Taylor, and W. D. S. Burton. 1996. Survival of Ceriodaphnia dubia exposed to newt
             Toxins. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 71(4): 98.

    Burton, W. D. S., and C. L. Taylor. 1995. Chemical effects of the eastern newt (Notophthalmus viridescens) on
            the growth, development, and reproduction of Cladoceran spp. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of
            Science 70(2):49.

    Taylor, C. L. 1994. Competitive interactions between benthic (Bufo woodhousii) and nektonic (Hyla chrysoscelis)
             anuran tadpoles. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 69(2):49-50.

    Taylor, C. L., and R. Altig. 1993. Feeding selectivity by anuran tadpoles. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of
            Science 68(2):54.

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ORAL PRESENTATIONS
    Tennessee Academy of Science, 117th Meeting, Volunteer State Community College, 16 November 2007.
            Developing and Evaluating Molecular Methods for Detecting the Amphibian-cidal Fungus,
            Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. Henley, D., Rothermel, B., Taylor, C. and C. Brooks.
            1st place for oral presentation in Cellular and Molecular Biology Student Competition

    Tennessee Academy of Science, 117th Meeting, Volunteer State Community College. 16 November 2007. DNA-
            based Assays Reveal the Presence of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in the Great Smoky Mountains, a
            Global Hotspot of Amphibian Diversity. Kay, J., Rothermel, B., Taylor, C. and C. Brooks. 2nd place for
            oral presentation in Zoology Student Competition

    Tennessee Academy of Science, Austin Peay State University, 17 November 2006. Stream Salamander Diversity
            and Abundance in Urban and Rural Streams: A Preliminary Study. David C. Henley, James R. Mawhiney,
            and Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University. 3rd Place in Zoology II Student Competition

    Tennessee Academy of Science, Austin Peay State University, 17 November 2006. A Preliminary Survey of
            Amphibians in Middle Tennessee for the Chytrid Fungus. J. L. McMahan, D. V. LeBlanc, C. S. Brooks, C.
            L. Taylor, B. B. Rothermel, Austin Peay State University.

    Tennessee Herpetology Meeting, University of Tennessee-Martin, 29 September 2006. Stream Salamander Diversity
            and Abundance in Urban and Rural Streams: A Preliminary Study. David C. Henley, James R. Mawhiney,
            and Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

    8th annual symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State
             University, Center for Field Biology, Brandon Springs Group Camp, Land Between the Lakes, 20 March
             1999. Amphibian larvae as bioindicators of water quality in the Sulphur Fork/Red River watershed in
             Robertson County, Tennessee, Christine L. Therrell and Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

    Tennessee Academy of Science, Motlow State Community College, 21 November 1997. Monitoring of caged larval
            amphibians and indicator fecal bacteria in the Sulphur Fork Creek watershed, Robertson County,
            Tennessee, Lillian F. Barber, Don C. Dailey, Cindy L. Taylor, Mack T. Finley, and Heidi J. Semrau,
            Austin Peay State University.

    Tennessee Academy of Science, Middle Tennessee Division, Austin Peay State University, 25 April 1997.
            Biological indicators of water quality at Dunbar Cave State Natural Area, Frank Satterfield, Jennifer Koch,
            Don C. Dailey, and Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

    7th annual symposium on the natural history of lower Tennessee and Cumberland River valleys, Austin Peay State
             University, Center for Field Biology, Brandon Springs Group Camp, Land Between the Lakes, 1 March
             1997. Biological indicators of water quality at Dunbar State Natural Area, Clarksville, Tennessee, Frank
             Satterfield, Jennifer Koch, Don C. Dailey, and Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

    Tennessee Academy of Science, Middle Tennessee Division, Austin Peay State University, 20 April 1996. The
            Survival of Ceriodaphnia dubia exposed to newt toxins, G. M. Frederick, C. L. Taylor, and W. D. S.
            Burton, Austin Peay State University.

    Tennessee Herpetology Meeting, Cumberland Gap, October 1995. Oral disc kinematics of rheophilic and lentic
            anuran tadpoles. Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

    Tennessee Academy of Science, David Lipscomb University, November 1994. Chemical effects of the eastern


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        newt (Notophthalmus viridescens) on the growth, development, and reproduction of Cladoceran spp.,
        Willodean D.S. Burton and Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

Tennessee Academy of Science, Memphis State University, November 1993. Competitive interactions between
        benthic (Bufo woodhousii) and nektonic (Hyla chrysoscelis) anuran tadpoles, Cindy L. Taylor, Austin
        Peay State University.

Southwestern Association of Naturalists, Southwest Missouri State University, April 1993. Growth and
          competition between tadpoles of Gastrophryne carolinensis and Hyla chrysoscelis, Cindy L. Taylor,
         Ronald Altig, and Carolyn R. Boyle, Austin Peay State University and Mississippi State University.
Invited seminar, Department of Biology, Southwest Missouri State University, February 1993. Morphological,
         behavioral and ecological aspects of the feeding of anuran tadpoles, Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State
         University.
Biology departmental seminar, Austin Peay State University, January 1993. Morphological, behavioral and
          ecological aspects of the feeding of anuran tadpoles, Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

Tennessee Academy of Science, Austin Peay State University, November 1992. Feeding selectivity by anuran
        tadpoles, Cindy L. Taylor and Ronald Altig, Austin Peay State University and Mississippi State
        University.

Biology departmental seminar, Austin Peay State University, July 1992. Competition and growth of two
        ecomorphological types of anuran tadpoles, Cindy L. Taylor, Mississippi State University.

Biological Sciences departmental seminar, MSU, April 1992. Functional morphology and feeding ecology of
        anuran tadpoles, Cindy L. Taylor, Mississippi State University.

SSAR/HL annual meeting, State College, PA, August 1991. Microhabitat selection and associated muscular
      anatomy of two suctorial tadpoles: Ascaphus truei and Heleophryne purcelli, Cindy L. Taylor and Ronald
      Altig, Mississippi State University.

ASB, Boone, NC, April 1991. Effects of density and oral morphology on the grazing of anuran tadpoles, Cindy L.
       Taylor and Ronald Altig, Mississippi State University.

ASB, Boone, NC, April 1991. Sequence of movements in the oral disc of a feeding tadpole, Cindy L. Taylor and
       Michele C. Audo, Mississippi State University.

Missouri Herpetological Association, Steelville, MO, September 1990. Effects of density and oral morphology of
        grazing anuran tadpoles, Cindy L. Taylor and Ronald Altig, Mississippi State University.

ASB, Charlotte, NC, April 1989. Escape behavior of larval amphibians, Cindy L. Taylor and Opal H. Dakin,
       Mississippi State University.

Biological Sciences departmental seminar, MSU, October 1988. Reproductive patterns in six plethodontid
        salamanders from the Ouachita Mountains, Cindy L. Taylor, Mississippi State University.

ASIH/SSAR/HL annual meeting, Ann Arbor, MI, June 1988. Reproduction in seven plethodontid salamanders of
       the Ouachita Mountains, Cindy L. Taylor, Robert F. Wilkinson, Jr. and Chris L. Peterson, Southwest
       Missouri State University.

ASIH/SSAR/HL annual meeting, Ann Arbor, MI, June 1988. Diets of seven plethodontid salamanders in the
       Ouachita Mountains, Chris L. Peterson, Robert F. Wilkinson, Jr., and Cindy L. Taylor, Southwest
       Missouri State University.


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    Colloquium on Biology in the Mid-South, Memphis State University, March 1988. Reproductive cycles of seven
            plethodontid salamanders of the Ouachita Mountains, Cindy L. Taylor and Robert F. Wilkinson, Jr.,
            Southwest Missouri State University.

    SSAR/HL annual meeting, Veracruz, Mexico, August 1987. Reproductive patterns of three Plethodon endemic to
          the Ouachita Mountains, Cindy Taylor and Robert Wilkinson, Southwest Missouri State University.

    Biology departmental seminar, SMSU, March 1987. Reproductive patterns of three Plethodon salamanders
            endemic to the Ouachita Mountains, Cindy L. Taylor, Southwest Missouri State University.




POSTER PRESENTATIONS
    APSU COSM Research Forum, Clarksville, Tennessee, April 2008, “DNA-Based Assays Reveal the Presence of
          Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in the Great Smoky Mountains, A Global Hotspot of Amphibian Diversity.”
          Jillian Kay, David Henley, Betsie Rothermel, Cindy Taylor and Chad Brooks.

    APSU COSM Research Forum, Clarksville, Tennessee, February 2007. Stream Salamander Diversity
          and Abundance in Urban and Rural Streams: A Preliminary Study. David C. Henley, James R. Mawhiney,
          and Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

    APSU COSM Research Forum, Clarksville, Tennessee, February 2007. Comparative Methodologies of Screening for
          Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, a Chytrid fungus in Middle Tennessee. J. L. McMahan, D. V. LeBlanc, C. S.
          Brooks, C.L. Taylor, B. B. Rothermel, Austin Peay State University.

    Water Resources Symposium, Nashville, Tennessee, March 1998. Levels of fecal indicator bacteria associated
            with the Sulphur Creek watershed, Robertson County, Tennessee, Don C. Dailey, Lillian F. Barber, Heidi J.
            Semrau, Cindy L. Taylor, and Mack T. Finley, Austin Peay State University.

    Water Resources Symposium, Nashville, Tennessee, March 1998. Preliminary results of amphibian larval
            development as bio-indicators of water quality in the Sulphur Fork Creek watershed, Robertson County,
            Tennessee, Lillian F. Barber, Heidi J. Semrau, Cindy L. Taylor, Don C. Dailey, and Mack T. Finley, Austin
            Peay State University.

    American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Seattle, Washington, July 1997. Amphibian and bacterial
           indicators of water quality in Tennessee, Cindy L. Taylor, Don C. Dailey, Frank Satterfield, and Jennifer
           Koch, Austin Peay State University.

    Undergraduate Research Symposium, Austin Peay State University, April 1997. Biological indicators of water
            quality at Dunbar Cave State Natural Area, Clarksville, Tennessee, Frank Satterfield, Jennifer Koch, Don C.
            Dailey, and Cindy L. Taylor, Austin Peay State University.

    Undergraduate Research Symposium, Austin Peay State University, 25 April 1996. The Survival of Ceriodaphnia
            dubia exposed to newt toxins, G. M. Frederick, C. L. Taylor, and W. D. S. Burton, Austin Peay State
            University.




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ADVISEES and STUDENT RESEARCHERS
    Undergraduate Student Advisees (Pre-Physical Therapy Majors) – approx. 60 students

    Graduate Student Advisee - Christina Therrell, Amphibian larvae as bioindicators of water quality in Sulphur
            Fork Creek/Red River Watershed, Robertson County, Tennessee.

    Graduate Student Committee – Josh T. Ream, Jan 2007- Dec 2008, “Survival, Movements and Habitat Selection of
    Introduced Juvenile Alligator Snapping Turtles (Macrochelys temminckii) in Wolf River Drainage, Fayette County,
    Tennessee.

    Undergraduate Student Researchers
            Megan Ebel (BIOL 4500 (2) - Fall 2007) - UT-Memphis Pharmacy School
            Rachael Jobes (BIOL 4500 (2) - Summer 2007) – Univ. of North Florida-Jacksonville – PT School
            Nicole Sill-Kelley (BIOL 4500 (2) - Summer 2007) - YMCA
            David Henley (Scholarship Student, worked with me 75 hours/semester: 2005-6; 2006-7) –
                     ETSU Medical College (Fall 2009)
            James Mawhiney (Spring – BIOL 4500 and Summer 2006) – Univ. of Puget Sound - PT School
            DeLacy LeBlanc (BIOL 4500, Spring 2004) – Ph. D program Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
            Shane Pruitt (BIOL 4500, Spring 2004)
            Leigh Gowstoski (1998) - MTSU
            Sandra Gonzalez (1998) – UT-Nashville Social Work Graduate Program
            Heidi Semrau (1998) – Science teacher in Hopkinsville, KY
            Heather Bagwell (1998) -
            Heather Hollis (1998) -
            Frank Satterfield (1997) – Graduate school – Alaska Fairbanks
            Jennifer Koch (1997) – Nurse Practitioner
            Gabriele Frederick (1996)
    Graduate Student Researchers
            Jon McMahan (BIOL 5500, Fall 2006)




DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
             Departmental Academic Audit, 2008-2009
    Scheduling Committee, 2002 to 2006
    Recruitment Committee, 2005 to present
    Retention/Tenure/Promotion Committee, 2005 to present
             College Promotion Committee Representative, 2007-2008
    Web-Based Course Development, Chair, 2000-2001 to present
    4500/5500 Syllabus Development Committee, Fall 2006
    Technology Committee, 1992
    Graduate Program, Chair, 1996-1997 to 2003
    Candidates for GA Teaching assistantships, Spring 1993, Fall 1994
    5 year plan committee for the Department of Biology, 2000-2001 (Chair); 2004-2005
    Departmental Review, Spring 1994
    Graduate Program Curriculum Revision Committee, Chair, 2000-2001
    Graduate Program External Review, Chair, 1998-1999
    Committee for developing biology program home page on the WWW, Zoology Chair, 1996-1997
    Committee for developing criteria to be used for promotion/tenure decisions for the Department of Biology, 1996-1997
    Committee for Selection of Biology Who’s Who Student Candidates, 1994-95; 1995-1996
    Committee for Library Collection Development Plan, 1994-95
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    Committee for Questionnaire of Biology Graduates, Summer 1994
    Chemical Safety Committee, 1992-93; 1993-94
    Curriculum Committee, 2003-2005
    Department of Biology Search Committees
                 1. Animal Physiology, Spring 1994
                 2. Microbiology, Spring 1994
                 3. Anatomy and Physiology (2 positions), Spring 1993 and Spring 1994
                 4. Radiologic Technology Director, 2004-2005
                 5. Genetics (Chair) 2005-2006; 2006-2007
    Peer Mentor to Michelle Rogers (Biology), 2009-2010
    Peer Mentor to Amy Thompson (Medical Technology), 2006-2007
    Peer Review (Instructional) for Michelle Rogers (Biology), 2009-2010
    Peer Review (Instructional) for Sarah Lundin-Schiller (Biology), 2008-2009

UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

    Faculty Senate Ad hoc Advising Committee, 2009-2010
    Title III Grant – Internal Monitoring Team, Spring 2009 to present
    CoSM Promotion Committee, 2007-2008 (Biology rep), 2008-2009 (Allied Health rep)
    Faculty Professional Development Assignment Committee, 2007-2008
    Academic Council, Presidential Appointee, 2006-2007
    Faculty Senate, 1998-2001
              Nominations and Elections Committee, Chair, 1998-1999; Chair, 1999-2000; Chair, 2000-2001
    Graduate and Research Council, 1998-1999; 1999-2000; 2000-2001
    Online Course Review Team, 2001-2002 -- changed to a Standing Committee (Online Course) in 2002-2003
    Presidential Task Force on University Standing Committees, 2000-2001

    Standing Committees
             Online Course Standing Committee, 2005-2006; 2006-2007; 2007-2008; 2008-2009; 2009-2010
             Financial Aid and Scholarships Appeal Board Committee, 1995-1996; 1999-2000; 2000-2001;
               2001-2002 (Chair); 2002-2003 (Chair); 2003-2004 (Chair); 2004-2005 (Chair)
             Library Committee, 1993-94; 1994-1995; 1997-1998


OTHER ASSIGNMENTS
    Pre-Physical Therapy Advisor, Spring 2003 to present, approx. 60 advisees
    Department of Biology Web Master, 1998 to present
    Center of Excellence for Field Biology Web Master, 1998 to 2003
    Coordinator of Biology Graduate Program, 1996-97 to Fall 2002
    Department of Biology Library Liaison, 1993 to 1998




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SERVICE TO ONE’S DISCIPLINE
    Member (2001 to 2007), Board of Scientific Advisors of the Highlands Biological Station, Highlands,
    North Carolina

    Reviewed the manuscript “The effects of multiple predators on the survival and growth of three tadpole species in
    Amazonian aquatic ecosystems” for Herpetologica, June 2004

    Reviewed the manuscript “Invasive plant and experimental venue affect tadpole diet and performance” for Ecology, June 2003.

    Reviewed the manuscript “Wood frog (Rana sylvatica) use of wildlife ponds in northcentral Arkansas” for the
           Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science, June 1998.

    Session Chairperson, Biology and Agriscience Section II, Tennessee Academy of Science, Middle Tennessee
            Collegiate Division, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, 19 April 1997.

    Session Chair, Zoology Sections 1994 and 2006, Tennessee Academy of Science, David Lipscomb University
            (1994) and Austin Peay State University (2006).


FIELD EXPERIENCE
    Mexico, Australia and New Guinea and throughout much of United States at various times




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